Browse Image of Research - Graduate Students by Title

  • Yin, Xi (2015-04)
    The image depicts a Hanoi Tower-like multilayered palladium nanosheet, composed of atomically thin layers. These layers are concentric while slightly twisted against each other, resulting in a rare polycrystalline two ...

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  • Keeling, Ryan (2018-04)
    Here, from above, you see the Sullivan Creek, a headwater stream of northeastern Washington state, meander through a diverse conifer forest where it meets the still water of Mill Pond. This birds-eye view is a mosaic of ...

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  • Liu, Yu Hao (2015-04)
    This image demonstrate an animal ex-vivo experiment which incorporate a three-dimensional electric sock with high-density multiparametric physiological mapping and stimulation functions. The ability to map electrocardiography, ...

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  • Lundquist, Alexandra (2020)
    You are what you eat, yes, but also, you eat because of who you are. How do you know how to eat? What foods do you like or dislike? What utensils did you learn to use and how? How can you tell if you are hungry or full? ...

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  • Fanning, Cherie (2014-05)
    In this image the green iguana is adorned with a painting on transparency film.The casque, a structure exclusive the veiled chameleon, is held in place to disrupt our perception of the lizard. This momentary act of ...

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  • Brassell, Catherine (2018-04)
    Tintagel Castle in Cornwall, Great Britain has often invoked the famous legends of King Arthur, the ‘Once and Future King’ ever since Geoffrey of Monmouth first documented the site in 1138 as the alleged place of Arthur’s ...

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  • Torres, Armando Jose (2020)
    "Gatos" directly translated from Portuguese means cats; however, "gatos" in the context of the favela describes the informal connections to powerlines. Due to the nature of the favelas’ informal settlements and lack of ...

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  • Grolman, Joshua Micah (2015-04)
    Cellular interaction with their environment is an incredibly complicated collection of interrelating processes; one that the scientific community has been trying to elucidate. These interactions affect the way we grow, ...

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  • Yi, Fang (2018-04)
    The goal of the research project I am working on is to allow learners the opportunity to interactively explore the scientific consequences of alternative, hypothetical versions of Earth. Four "what-if" scenario earths have ...

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  • Huynh, Mioy (2014-05)
    The growth and power of the computer has truly propagated the field of theoretical chemistry, allowing for its application across an incredible range of problems. Put simply, we use the foundations of physics and mathematics ...

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  • Li, Qian (2015)
    Originated from graphics and symbols, Chinese calligraphy has been one of the most important components of Chinese culture since the earliest day of history. Over thousands of years, Chinese calligraphy has been developed ...

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  • Yeager, Ashley (2016-04)
    Cholesterol is found in every cell of the human body. It plays a role in heart disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, cancer, and so on, touching nearly every field of medicine. I use cutting-edge chemical imaging technology ...

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  • Higley, Melinda C. (2016-04)
    This image was taken on Christmas (Kiritimati) Island located in the central equatorial Pacific. My colleagues and I took the day off from fieldwork to visit a 4th grade classroom where we talked about El Nio. We talked ...

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  • Laniosz, Aaron (2016-04)
    Technological innovation provides us with lives that are happier, healthier, and longer than ever before in human history. Advancements in our lifetime have connected us in ways never before imaginable. Yet, despite its ...

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  • Heinzel, Sally (2014-05)
    During the Civil War, Illinois soldiers could not legally vote while deployed.Undeterred, some troops conducted their own polling. These ballots from the First Illinois Light Artillery demonstrate the ingenuity of soldiers ...

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  • Rezende Da Silva De Sant'ana, Thais (2020)
    Manaus is located in the heart of the world’s largest rainforest. With more than 2 million inhabitants, it is the most populated city in the Amazon, the seventh most populated in Brazil, and has been ranked the largest ...

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  • Yeager, Elyse (2014-05)
    A claw is a small graph--three edges, all sharing a common point, and nothing else.The graph pictured is claw induced saturated. It contains no claw, but claws are lurking everywhere: adding or deleting any edge will create ...

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  • Seward, Chris (2017)
    Novel imaging techniques are necessary for examining whole brain protein expression patterns. Animal brains are large, complex structures that are difficult to image comprehensively. Neurons can be several inches long, ...

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  • Ma, Shufeng (2015)
    Social networking has become an important part of people's life. The type of information each person receives everyday highly depends on what their friends shared. When people are asked to express their opinions on some ...

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  • Roy, Puja (2019)
    Clouds, appropriately described by P.B. Shelley as "daughter of Earth and Water" and "nursling of the Sky", are not only extremely beautiful and enigmatic structures but are also an invaluable component of the Earth system. ...

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